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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | unfitting, as Augustine says (Confess. xii), if, even according ~ 2 1, 12 | beatified. Hence Augustine says (Confess. v): ~"Unhappy the man who 3 1, 12 | God; for Augustine says (Confess. viii): "If we both see 4 1, 14 | good," as Augustine ~says (Confess. iii, 7). Therefore, as 5 1, 25 | 1/3~I answer that, All confess that God is omnipotent; 6 1, 26 | the saying of ~Augustine (Confess. v, 4): "Blessed is he who 7 1, 31 | says (De Trin. iv), "We ~confess neither a solitary nor a 8 1, 32 | created." And ~Augustine says (Confess. vii, 9): "I have read in 9 1, 32 | of heretics. For since we confess the Father, the Son, and 10 1, 34 | proceeding should compel ~them to confess that the Son of God is of 11 1, 36 | Ghost is from the Son, as we confess.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 12 1, 36 | while Damascene did not ~confess that the Holy Ghost was 13 1, 44 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. xii, 7), Two "things hast 14 1, 54 | OBJ 3: Further, Augustine (Confess. xii) says, that God made 15 1, 66 | matter, as Augustine says ~(Confess. xii, 12). Therefore matter 16 1, 66 | same. For Augustine says (Confess. xii, 12): "I find two things 17 1, 66 | matter. For Augustine says (Confess. xii, 12): "I find two ~ 18 1, 66 | opinion of Augustine. For he (Confess. xii, 12) specifies only 19 1, 67 | 4: As Augustine teaches (Confess. xii; Gen. ad lit. 1,15), ~ 20 1, 74 | time, as he himself says (Confess. xii, 12). ~Thus, then, 21 1, 45 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. xii, 7), Two "things hast 22 1, 55 | OBJ 3: Further, Augustine (Confess. xii) says, that God made 23 1, 67 | matter, as Augustine says ~(Confess. xii, 12). Therefore matter 24 1, 67 | same. For Augustine says (Confess. xii, 12): "I find two things 25 1, 67 | matter. For Augustine says (Confess. xii, 12): "I find two ~ 26 1, 67 | opinion of Augustine. For he (Confess. xii, 12) specifies only 27 1, 68 | 4: As Augustine teaches (Confess. xii; Gen. ad lit. 1,15), ~ 28 1, 73 | time, as he himself says (Confess. xii, 12). ~Thus, then, 29 1, 83 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. xii, 25): "If we both see 30 1, 85 | OBJ 2: As Augustine says (Confess. xii [*Gen. ad lit. xii. 31 1, 86 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Augustine (Confess. x, 17) says of the soul' 32 1, 87 | De Vera Relig. xxxi; [*Confess. xii, 25]). Therefore God 33 1, 101 | others, whose ~opinion, I confess, hold that paradise was 34 1, 102 | 1/1~On the contrary, We confess our belief in one God and 35 1, 117 | unreasonable, ~we must simply confess that souls were not created 36 2, 2 | The Son of Man shall confess him in the glory of His ~ 37 2, 3 | Consol. iii): "We must needs confess that God is happiness ~itself."~ 38 2, 3 | this sense Augustine says (Confess. x, 23) that happiness is ~" 39 2, 4 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. x, 23) that happiness is " 40 2, 5 | since Augustine says ~(Confess. v, 4): "He who knows Thee, 41 2, 9 | ad lit. ii, 15): "We must confess that when ~the truth is 42 2, 17 | commanded. For ~Augustine says (Confess. viii, 9): "The mind commands 43 2, 17 | OBJ 1: As Augustine says (Confess. viii, 9) when the mind 44 2, 17 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. viii, 9): "The mind commands 45 2, 19 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. ix, 3) that God rewards 46 2, 27 | Further, Augustine says (Confess. iv, 14) that "a man loves 47 2, 28 | 4), and Augustine says (Confess. iv, 6), "Well did one say 48 2, 29 | respect, ~Augustine says (Confess. x, 23) that men "love truth 49 2, 32 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. viii, 3): "What means this, 50 2, 32 | perceived. Hence Augustine says (Confess. iv, 11): ~"Thou wouldst 51 2, 32 | and gladness": and again ~(Confess. viii, 3) he says that " 52 2, 33 | part, as Augustine says (Confess. iv, 11). In this way nearly 53 2, 35 | pleasure: thus Augustine says (Confess. iii, 2) that ~in stage-plays 54 2, 35 | itself gives pleasure: and (Confess. iv, 5) that ~"weeping is 55 2, 38 | Further, Augustine says (Confess. iv, 7) that he fled from 56 2, 38 | Wherefore a little further on (Confess. ~iv, 8) Augustine says 57 2, 38 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. iv, 7) that when he mourned ~ 58 2, 38 | Now as ~Augustine says (Confess. viii, 4), "when many rejoice 59 2, 38 | as Augustine declares ~(Confess. iv, 9). But a sympathizing 60 2, 38 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. ix, 12): "I had heard that 61 2, 42 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. ii, 6): "Fear is startled 62 2, 45 | safety; for Augustine says (Confess. ii, 6) that "fear takes 63 2, 46 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. ii, 6) that "anger craves 64 2, 47 | not angry with those who confess and repent and humble ~themselves; 65 2, 47 | of their ill-deeds, and confess that they have done wrong, 66 2, 65 | Quaest. Tusc. ii): ~"If you confess to not having one particular 67 2, 69 | Hence ~Augustine says (Confess. i): "Thou hast decreed, 68 2, 77 | Augustine's exposition ~(Confess. x); or to the concupiscence 69 2, 87 | Further, Augustine says (Confess. i) that "every inordinate ~ 70 2, 92 | whole; hence Augustine says (Confess. iii) that "unseemly is 71 2, 94 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. ii): "Thy law is written 72 2, 102 | precepts. Because we must confess that in ~Christ, Who is 73 2, 102 | to His Godhead, we must confess His equality with the Father - 74 2, 102 | people that the priest should confess the sins ~of the children 75 2, 108 | Every one) that shall confess Me before men, I will also ~ 76 2, 108 | before men, I will also ~confess him before My Father . . . 77 2, 109 | a way free that we must confess we still require God's help."~ 78 2, 113 | free-will: hence Augustine says (Confess. iv) that when one of his ~ 79 2, 113 | written (Ps. 31:5): "I will confess against ~myself my injustice 80 2, 3 | ardor of faith makes one confess one's faith ~outwardly, 81 2, 3 | simple folk are ~not bound to confess the faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 82 2, 3 | necessary for salvation to confess one's faith at ~all times 83 2, 3 | God's truth, ~but ought to confess his faith outwardly.~Aquin.: 84 2, 3 | disturbance of unbelievers, and confess his faith in ~public. Hence 85 2, 4 | same for all: since what we confess as past, the fathers of 86 2, 10 | unbelief of heretics, who ~confess their belief in the Gospel, 87 2, 14 | since, as Augustine ~says (Confess. x), "all love to know the 88 2, 23 | speaking to God, says (Confess. x) "He loves ~Thee less, 89 2, 23 | poison, as ~Augustine states (Confess. x). This makes us love 90 2, 32 | Wherefore Augustine says (Confess. x) that God commands us 91 2, 34 | them, for Augustine says (Confess. i): "I myself have seen 92 2, 45 | whole; thus Augustine says (Confess. iii, 8) that "any ~part 93 2, 67 | Now if the accused were to confess ~the truth in court, he 94 2, 67 | of God that the accused confess that ~which is alleged against 95 2, 67 | Lord God of Israel, and confess and ~tell me what thou hast 96 2, 68 | not certain and he should ~confess his doubt in doubtful terms, 97 2, 81 | because by so doing we ~confess that He is the Author of 98 2, 89 | Milan, a Augustine relates (Confess. ix).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[91] 99 2, 89 | Wherefore Augustine say (Confess. x, 33): "I am inclined 100 2, 89 | and he says of ~himself (Confess. ix, 6): "I wept in Thy 101 2, 89 | Hence Augustine says ~(Confess. x, 33): "When it befalls 102 2, 89 | than ~by the words sung, I confess to have sinned penally, 103 2, 89 | as Augustine remarks ~(Confess. x, 33), "each affection 104 2, 92 | with other heretics, who confess their belief in one God 105 2, 93 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. iv, 3): "Those astrologers ~ 106 2, 104 | gratitude. Now Augustine says (Confess. ii): "What man, weighing 107 2, 104 | penitent. For Augustine says ~(Confess. iii): "To Thy grace I ascribe 108 2, 104 | done? . . . ~Yea, all I confess to have been forgiven me, 109 2, 140 | wherefore Augustine says ~(Confess. viii, 5): "Lust served 110 2, 144 | Further, Augustine says (Confess. x, 11) addressing himself 111 2, 146 | pleasure," and Augustine says (Confess. x, 31): "Who ~is it, Lord, 112 2, 148 | Hence ~Augustine says (Confess. x, 31): "Drunkenness is 113 2, 151 | pleasures. For Augustine says (Confess. ii, 6) that "lust ~affects 114 2, 152 | things. Hence Augustine says (Confess. iii, 8): "When God ~commands 115 2, 152 | nature. Hence Augustine says (Confess. iii, 8): ~"Those foul offenses 116 2, 159 | purposes"; the ~eighth is "to confess one's sin"; the ninth is " 117 2, 159 | despicable than all men, and to confess and believe oneself ~to 118 2, 159 | for this"; the third, "to confess it"; the fourth, ~"to convince 119 2, 160 | Hence Augustine says (Confess. ii, 6): "Pride imitates 120 2, 160 | degree of humility is "to confess one's sins," to ~which is 121 2, 165 | wherefore Augustine says (Confess. vi, 8) that when "a fall 122 2, 165 | consideration. Hence Augustine says (Confess. ~x, 35), "I go no more 123 2, 165 | According to Augustine ~(Confess. x, 35) "it is called concupiscence 124 2, 167 | wherefore ~Augustine says (Confess. iii, 8): "Those offenses 125 2, 169 | For ~Augustine states (Confess. vi, 13) that his mother 126 2, 171 | the saying of Augustine (Confess. v, 4): "Happy whoso knoweth 127 2, 178 | wherefore Augustine says (Confess. viii, 3) that "the more 128 2, 178 | wherefore Augustine says (Confess. x, 40), ~"Thou admittest 129 2, 184 | things; since Augustine says (Confess. x, 29), speaking to God: ~" 130 2, 187 | unreasonable. Hence Augustine says (Confess. viii, 11): "On that side ~ 131 3, 2 | Council of ~Chalcedon: "We confess that in these latter times 132 3, 2 | Part ii, act. 5): ~"We confess that our Lord Jesus Christ 133 3, 2 | said: ~"If anyone does not confess that the Word was united 134 3, 2 | destroying both ~natures), "confess a union by mingling; but 135 3, 17 | as it is, is one." But we confess that Christ is. Therefore 136 3, 18 | has handed down to us, we confess two natural wills in Him ~ 137 3, 18 | Act. 18] it is said: "We confess two natural wills, ~not 138 3, 19 | decreed as follows: "We confess two natural, indivisible, 139 3, 20 | Christ, and does ~not rather confess the same to be at once God 140 3, 27 | Para. 2/2~We must therefore confess simply that the Blessed 141 3, 28 | 5~I answer that, We must confess simply that the Mother of 142 3, 33 | very Son of ~God, as we confess in the Creed, when we say, " 143 3, 35 | De Fide Orth. iii): "We confess two ~nativities in Christ: 144 3, 35 | two substances. And so we confess that the soul is born from ~ 145 3, 35 | xxvi), we read: "If anyone confess not that the ~Emmanuel is 146 3, 35 | flesh, ~we must of necessity confess that in the flesh He was 147 3, 42 | that "every ~tongue should confess Him" (Phil. 2:8-11). Consequently 148 3, 44 | on Lk. 4:41: "The demons confess the Son of God, and, as 149 3, 46 | curse upon Himself, whom you confess to have died for us." ~Hence 150 3, 46 | read: "If ~any man does not confess that the Word of God suffered 151 3, 48 | must grieve over it and ~confess it. But Christ never sinned, 152 3, 50 | is accursed who does not ~confess that the entire man, whom 153 3, 68 | be baptized are bound to confess their ~sins?~Aquin.: SMT 154 3, 68 | be baptized are bound to ~confess their sins. For it is written ( 155 3, 68 | Christ's Baptism should confess ~their sins.~Aquin.: SMT 156 3, 68 | prosper; but he that shall confess and forsake them, shall ~ 157 3, 68 | going to be baptized should confess ~their sins.~Aquin.: SMT 158 3, 68 | learn that they should ~confess their sins and promise to 159 3, 68 | wish, out of devotion, to ~confess their sins, their confession 160 3, 68 | receive that Baptism, should confess their sins, so that they ~ 161 3, 68 | nor with their own mouths confess unto salvation . . . And ~ 162 3, 68 | others, and these in answer confess the Church's faith in the 163 3, 68 | contrary, Augustine says (Confess. iv) of his friend that " 164 3, 68 | was in danger of ~death (Confess. iv).~ 165 3, 69 | another tongue that they may confess." So that children ~believe, 166 3, 71 | faith. Now a child ~cannot confess its faith by itself, nor 167 3, 72 | went out and feared not to confess their faith in ~public, 168 3, 72 | receive spiritual strength to confess the Faith of Christ ~publicly, 169 3, 72 | should be admonished to confess ~their sins first, so that 170 3, 72 | man that he may freely ~confess the faith of Christ. But " 171 3, 72 | combat, that he may bravely ~confess the Faith of Christ even 172 3, 72 | sacrament is given that we may confess freely: but not ~that we 173 3, 72 | freely: but not ~that we may confess simply, for this is also 174 3, 73 | that saying of Augustine (Confess. vii), that he heard the 175 3, 76 | absolutely necessary to confess according to ~Catholic faith 176 3, 80 | repent of it by morning and confess it. Consequently, ~it seems 177 3, 82 | s ordering, ~whether he confess of his own accord, or whether 178 3, 84 | committed, by ~neglecting to confess it: this is opposed to Penance, 179 3, 84 | they should in some way confess their ~sins, at least in 180 3, 84 | prosper: but he that shall confess, and ~forsake them, shall 181 3, 86 | conscience ~to acknowledge and confess his sin." Therefore not 182 3, 88 | favor, for Augustine says (Confess. ii): "Whatever sins I have ~ 183 3, 88 | Ps. 31:5: "I said: I will confess against myself ~my injustice 184 3, 88 | man acts when he scorns to confess as he had ~purposed to do.~ 185 3, 89 | such sins occultly and confess them secretly to a priest, 186 Suppl, 2 | But it is necessary to ~confess each mortal sin. Therefore 187 Suppl, 2 | be contrite for, and to confess each sin.~ 188 Suppl, 5 | wherefore he is bound to confess ~and to make satisfaction, 189 Suppl, 6 | Whether it is lawful to confess a sin of which one is not 190 Suppl, 6 | Whether one is bound to confess at once?~(6) Whether one 191 Suppl, 6 | salvation now that man should confess.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[6] A[1] 192 Suppl, 6 | and consequently ought to confess to him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 193 Suppl, 6 | called upon by the judge to confess in a court of law, for then 194 Suppl, 6 | Now a man is not bound ~to confess such sins. Therefore not 195 Suppl, 6 | either sex are bound to confess their ~sins as soon as they 196 Suppl, 6 | judge, to Whom they ~must confess in the person of His vicar; 197 Suppl, 6 | OBJ 3: A man is bound to confess his venial sins, not in 198 Suppl, 6 | he ~has no other sins to confess. We may also, with others, 199 Suppl, 6 | who have mortal ~sins to confess. This is evident from the 200 Suppl, 6 | sins, because no one can ~confess all his venial sins. Accordingly, 201 Suppl, 6 | who has no mortal sins to ~confess, is not bound to confess 202 Suppl, 6 | confess, is not bound to confess his venial sins, but it 203 Suppl, 6 | it is lawful for a man to confess a sin which he has not ~ 204 Suppl, 6 | it is lawful for a man to confess a sin which ~he has not 205 Suppl, 6 | is ~lawful for a man to confess himself to be what he thinks 206 Suppl, 6 | Therefore ~it is lawful to confess having committed a more 207 Suppl, 6 | seemingly, one ought to confess it as mortal. ~Therefore 208 Suppl, 6 | a person must sometimes confess a sin which he has not ~ 209 Suppl, 6 | Therefore he can ~also confess a sin which he has not done.~ 210 Suppl, 6 | Therefore no one should confess a sin which he has not ~ 211 Suppl, 6 | mortal, he is ~bound to confess it, so long as he remains 212 Suppl, 6 | danger, if he neglect to confess that which he doubts may 213 Suppl, 6 | Whether one is bound to confess at once?~Aquin.: SMT XP 214 Suppl, 6 | seem that one is bound to confess at once. For Hugh of ~St. 215 Suppl, 6 | Therefore everyone is bound to confess as soon ~as possible.~Aquin.: 216 Suppl, 6 | s health if ~he omits to confess immediately to a priest 217 Suppl, 6 | Therefore he is bound to confess at once.~Aquin.: SMT XP 218 Suppl, 6 | not sin if he does not ~confess before that time.~Aquin.: 219 Suppl, 6 | therefore a man is bound to confess at once, and omits to do 220 Suppl, 6 | at hand, he is bound to confess or, if there be ~no confessor, 221 Suppl, 6 | for ~then he is bound to confess; for instance, if he has 222 Suppl, 6 | the Church obliges all to confess once a ~year; because she 223 Suppl, 6 | that a man is not bound to confess at once, though it is ~dangerous 224 Suppl, 6 | contrite man is bound to confess at once, as ~soon as he 225 Suppl, 6 | Consequently, if ~he does not confess at the very first opportunity, 226 Suppl, 6 | becomes urgent for him to confess through being in ~danger 227 Suppl, 6 | that he ~is not bound to confess at once, but on account 228 Suppl, 6 | persons are not bound to confess before ~Lent, which is the 229 Suppl, 6 | religious are bound ~to confess at once, because, for them, 230 Suppl, 6 | by a man (James 5:16): "Confess your sins, one to another." 231 Suppl, 7 | confession in the proper way, to confess as he ought, what he ought, 232 Suppl, 8 | Whether it is necessary to confess to a priest?~(2) Whether 233 Suppl, 8 | Whether it is ever lawful to confess to another than a priest?~( 234 Suppl, 8 | is necessary for a man to confess to his own priest?~(5) Whether 235 Suppl, 8 | is lawful for anyone to confess to another than his own ~ 236 Suppl, 8 | Whether it is necessary to confess to a priest?~Aquin.: SMT 237 Suppl, 8 | that it is not necessary to confess to a priest. ~For we are 238 Suppl, 8 | known to us (James 5:16): ~"Confess your sins, one to another," 239 Suppl, 8 | Therefore it is not necessary to confess to a priest.~Aquin.: SMT 240 Suppl, 8 | Therefore it suffices to confess to ~anyone.~Aquin.: SMT 241 Suppl, 8 | it is not ~necessary to confess to a priest.~Aquin.: SMT 242 Suppl, 8 | conveying an admonishment to confess to priests.~Aquin.: SMT 243 Suppl, 8 | Whether it is ever lawful to confess to another than a priest?~ 244 Suppl, 8 | that it is never lawful to confess to another than ~a priest. 245 Suppl, 8 | a priest. But if anyone confess to a layman in a case of ~ 246 Suppl, 8 | Eucharist. ~Wherefore he must confess again to a priest, as soon 247 Suppl, 8 | of Bede (on James 5:16, "Confess . . . ~one to another") 248 Suppl, 8 | Consequently a man does not need to confess his ~venial sins to a priest. 249 Suppl, 8 | is necessary for one to confess to one's own priest?~Aquin.: 250 Suppl, 8 | that it is nol necessary to confess to one's own ~priest. For 251 Suppl, 8 | Therefore there is no ~need to confess to one's own priest.~Aquin.: 252 Suppl, 8 | author]: "He who wishes to confess his sins, in order to find 253 Suppl, 8 | it seems ~unnecessary to confess to one's own priest.~Aquin.: 254 Suppl, 8 | man is not always bound to confess to his own ~priest.~Aquin.: 255 Suppl, 8 | if a man were bound to confess ~to any particular priest: 256 Suppl, 8 | very sin ~that he wishes to confess to him, or reasonably suspected 257 Suppl, 8 | or if the penitent has to confess a sin committed ~against 258 Suppl, 8 | that one need not always ~confess to one's own priest.~Aquin.: 259 Suppl, 8 | be bound of necessity to confess to one particular ~man, 260 Suppl, 8 | they would be, by having to confess to their own priest.~Aquin.: 261 Suppl, 8 | appointed "all of either sex to confess ~once a year to their own 262 Suppl, 8 | of the ~priest himself to confess to another; and if he fails 263 Suppl, 8 | rather choose a layman and confess to him. Nor ~does he disobey 264 Suppl, 8 | in giving permission to confess to ~another, because many 265 Suppl, 8 | without ~confession than confess to such a priest. Wherefore 266 Suppl, 8 | is lawful for anyone to confess to another than his own ~ 267 Suppl, 8 | not lawful for anyone to confess to ~another than his own 268 Suppl, 8 | own priest, if he ~were to confess to another. Therefore this 269 Suppl, 8 | incompatible. Therefore one may not confess to another than one's own ~ 270 Suppl, 8 | another priest, is bound to confess again to his own priest, 271 Suppl, 8 | be lawful for anyone to confess to another than his own 272 Suppl, 8 | parishioner permission to confess to another. Much ~more, 273 Suppl, 8 | OBJ 4: No man is bound to confess sins that he has no longer. ~ 274 Suppl, 8 | that he is not bound to confess them ~to his own priest, 275 Suppl, 8 | according to some, is bound to confess none but ~venial sins, or 276 Suppl, 8 | however, he were bound to confess again, his first confession ~ 277 Suppl, 8 | keys: so that one might confess so often as to be delivered ~ 278 Suppl, 8 | to advise the penitent to confess ~to his own priest, yet 279 Suppl, 8 | minister, so that if a man confess to a ~layman, although he 280 Suppl, 8 | and consequently he must confess again to a priest; and one 281 Suppl, 9 | entire?~(3) Whether one can confess through another, or by writing?~( 282 Suppl, 9 | requires this. Now if a ~man confess while remaining attached 283 Suppl, 9 | Therefore such a man does not confess.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[1] 284 Suppl, 9 | contrary, Every man is bound to confess his mortal sins. Now if 285 Suppl, 9 | once, he is not bound to confess the same ~sins again, because, 286 Suppl, 9 | repeat his confession, but to confess his lack of sincerity.~Aquin.: 287 Suppl, 9 | entire, namely, for a man to confess all his sins to one priest. 288 Suppl, 9 | Therefore it is not necessary to confess all one's ~sins to one priest.~ 289 Suppl, 9 | available, so that he can only confess that sin to another ~priest, 290 Suppl, 9 | priest, and thus he will confess different sins to different 291 Suppl, 9 | for confession ~that man confess all the sins that he calls 292 Suppl, 9 | no ~confession unless one confess all the sins that one remembers 293 Suppl, 9 | previously forgotten, he ought to confess again the sins which he 294 Suppl, 9 | declare it explicitly, and confess the others in general, saying ~ 295 Suppl, 9 | yet the latter is bound to confess all to him, that he ~may 296 Suppl, 9 | Para. 1/1~Whether one may confess through another, or by writing?~ 297 Suppl, 9 | would seem that one may confess through another, or by ~ 298 Suppl, 9 | Therefore ~it is enough to confess through another or by writing.~ 299 Suppl, 9 | and consequently cannot confess save through ~others. Therefore 300 Suppl, 9 | sacrament that one should ~confess by oneself, so that if anyone 301 Suppl, 9 | sacrament that a man should ~confess to his own priest, as appears 302 Suppl, 9 | contrary, Man is bound to confess his sins even as he is bound 303 Suppl, 9 | even as he is bound to ~confess his faith. But confession 304 Suppl, 9 | Therefore the penitent should confess his ~own sins.~Aquin.: SMT 305 Suppl, 9 | ignorant of a language, to ~confess by writing, or by signs, 306 Suppl, 9 | so that when we cannot confess ~in one way, we must confess 307 Suppl, 9 | confess ~in one way, we must confess as we can.~Aquin.: SMT XP 308 Suppl, 9 | there is no necessity to confess in writing, ~because the 309 Suppl, 9 | Further, no one is bound to confess more than once a sin which 310 Suppl, 9 | not required ~of those who confess.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[4] 311 Suppl, 9 | i.e. that the sinner should confess at once.~Aquin.: SMT XP 312 Suppl, 10| contrite has the intention to confess. wherefore his ~intention 313 Suppl, 10| conceived the desire to confess his sin, although ~afterwards 314 Suppl, 10| there is no necessity to confess again a ~sin which has been 315 Suppl, 10| there would be no need to ~confess them when they are called 316 Suppl, 10| shame, through failing to confess it to the priest, ~is not 317 Suppl, 10| the ~penitent is bound to confess in order to supply what 318 Suppl, 10| Moreover he is bound to confess the sin when he calls it ~ 319 Suppl, 10| Therefore if a man omits to ~confess a sin, because he does not 320 Suppl, 11| attracted to confession, and confess their ~sins with greater 321 Suppl, 11| been convicted, were to confess to the person who has to ~ 322 Suppl, 13| man cannot be contrite or confess for another. ~Neither therefore 323 Suppl, 20| another: nor should she confess to him but should ask permission 324 Suppl, 56| strengthened goes forth abroad to ~confess the name of Christ. Hence 325 Suppl, 69| gathered from Augustine ~(Confess. ix, 3) who, speaking of 326 Suppl, 71| written (Ps. 6:6), ~"Who shall confess to Thee in hell?" Therefore 327 Suppl, 71| many, as Augustine says ~(Confess. viii). Consequently many 328 Suppl, 84| sins now, and ~frequently confess them before Cod and beg 329 Suppl, 84| neglect in ~omitting to confess his sins. Therefore the 330 Suppl, 84| his neglect in omitting to confess them. But that ~the sins 331 Suppl, 87| sweet," as Augustine says ~(Confess. vii), and the same happens 332 Suppl, 89| Hence ~Augustine says (Confess. v.): "Unhappy is he who 333 Suppl, 93| every one is not bound to confess his ~faith in the face of 334 Suppl, 93| which he is then bound to confess. Nor does ~it follow that 335 Suppl, 94| punishment," as Augustine states (Confess. i, 12).~


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